The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
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... an Aeon supermarket on the way, where a bottle of tea goes for only 78 yen (compared to the usual price of 100 to 109 yen), and other comparable bargains. I bought a mysterious packaged sandwich--unrefrigerated, half-price because it was a day old, with no crust and the edges of the bread pressure-sealed to keep the contents from spilling out as you eat. The filling turned out to be curry, probably a potato-curry mixture.
... is not very common here, so not common that sometimes i have to revert to the sign language. Another frustrating thing about Japan is that it's a cash society. i got so many surprised looks whenever i showed my credit card trying to pay... i'm a cashless girl and don't agree with all those notes and coins. but it's so sweet how they give you your change back holding the receipt with both hands and giving you a bow. pics here: https://www.icloud.com/photostream/#A55 ...
... stayed in, Many people were still all over the streets till the early hours of the morning. Gaming complexes, arcades, karaoke bars and so on. It was rare to be in a place where there weren't people around.
After about an hour of exploring Yokohama, we decided to call it a night as we wanted to get up early the next day and try and get a full day out of exploring the parts we missed the following day.
... buildings are playing with.
I walk along road leading to the Imperial Gardens called Imperial Plaza. Wide roads full of Crowns (both private which were all new and taxis which were all around my age) and, strangely, Mercedes Ses. I see a Jag E-type out of the blue. It seems to bring a bit of form and feature into what seems like a city as visioned by someone who loves right angles and Milton Keynes.
The garden are laid out to give you a sensation of space, ...
... the detail they put into their work even when it is just in the planning stages. We also got to see a short film that is only available for people to see at the museum. It was a great example of how language is not needed at all to convey a story.
We had a great lunch at their cafe which was just as adorable as the rest of the museum. We both ordered their chicken and egg salad sandwich which was very interesting and yummy. We also had home brewed ginger ale which was quite ...